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Organised by [[User:Jim_Cheetham|Jim Cheetham]], the CACert Bof/Assurance session is aiming to be :-
  
When? Tuesday 13th January 2015
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* Introduction to the CACert Community
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* Description of the Assurance process
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* Assurance of new members by Assurers
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* Mutual assurance by Members
  
Where? The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
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If you wish to become a Member and to get Assured, please consider registering with CACert.org *before* the BoF session, and bringing along pre-printed CAP forms to speed things up. https://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=1 will help to get you started.
  
''We talk a lot about "community" in the open source world. But what does that mean? How do we keep our communities healthy? As other communities have started to learn from the way open source communities work, what can we in turn be learning from them?''
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Please remember that CACert requires validation of Identity backed by government-issued documents. Real named need to be used, and represented *in their entirety* by the accompanying document. If your ID lists you as "Joe Q. Bloggs" you cannot use that to assert the identity of "Joe Quentin Bloggs", but you can use it to assert "Joe Bloggs". See https://wiki.cacert.org/PracticeOnNames for more details.
  
Inspired by the [http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com Community Leadership Summit] run each year before [http://www.oscon.com/ OSCON], Donna Benjamin will convene CLSx at LCA to bring together community leaders, organisers and managers and the projects and organisations that are interested in growing and empowering a strong community. We invite the leading minds in community management, relations and online collaboration to discuss, debate and continue to refine the art of building an effective and capable community.
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====Assurers====
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* [[User:Jim_Cheetham|Jim Cheetham]]
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* [[user:Daniel Sobey|Daniel Sobey]]
  
As an open unconference-style event, everyone who attends is welcome to lead and contribute sessions on any relevant topic.  
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====Members====
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Please sign up here to give us an indication of numbers of people requiring Assurance - it takes a few minutes to work through each one and requires actual physical paperwork.
  
The Community Leadership Summit began in 2009 in Portland, Oregon, USA, and has grown to be a key fixture on the open source event calendar.  CLS was conceived and is organised each year by Jono Bacon. He is now Senior Director of Community at XPRIZE, and formerly community manager for the global Ubuntu community and author of [http://www.artofcommunityonline.org/ The Art of Community] by O’Reilly.
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* Phillip Smith
 
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Jono started the summit as a first step in helping community managers and leaders to define and refine their work, share knowledge and make connections in a vendor neutral way. And now, CLS is going global. CLSx events are local CLS style events that happen in locations around the world.
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Find out more about CLS: http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/about/
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== Topics for Discussion ==
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Here are a few topics discussed at previous CLS events
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( Check out the CL forum - http://www.communityleadershipforum.com/categories )
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What should we cover during CLSx@LCA ?
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Revision as of 21:13, 19 December 2014

< Main Page < Programme < BoF Sessions

Organised by Jim Cheetham, the CACert Bof/Assurance session is aiming to be :-

  • Introduction to the CACert Community
  • Description of the Assurance process
  • Assurance of new members by Assurers
  • Mutual assurance by Members

If you wish to become a Member and to get Assured, please consider registering with CACert.org *before* the BoF session, and bringing along pre-printed CAP forms to speed things up. https://www.cacert.org/index.php?id=1 will help to get you started.

Please remember that CACert requires validation of Identity backed by government-issued documents. Real named need to be used, and represented *in their entirety* by the accompanying document. If your ID lists you as "Joe Q. Bloggs" you cannot use that to assert the identity of "Joe Quentin Bloggs", but you can use it to assert "Joe Bloggs". See https://wiki.cacert.org/PracticeOnNames for more details.

Assurers

Members

Please sign up here to give us an indication of numbers of people requiring Assurance - it takes a few minutes to work through each one and requires actual physical paperwork.

  • Phillip Smith